September 30, 2012

Sweden can give Assange anti-extradition guarantees. Why don't they?

When it comes to the extradition to Sweden of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, the heels of prestige have dug shoulder-deep trenches. The Brits have agreed to extradite him, in accordance with the European Arrest Warrant. Ecuador has granted him political asylum – and since then, he’s stuck on their embassy in London, without being able to leave the building.

Assange speaks out about living at the Ecuador Embassy

Assange speaks out about living in a one-room embassy refuge with a mattress on the floor and a blue lamp to mimic daylight 

By: Sarah Oliver
29 September 2012

The court in exile of Julian Assange – cyber terrorist, or the world’s greatest freedom fighter, depending on your world view – is a curiously muted place. The acolytes who pledged to maintain a protective vigil outside the Ecuadorian Embassy, where he has been encamped since June, are long gone. So, too, is the 50-strong squad of officers who policed his first few hours within the red-brick mansion block where the embassy is housed.

Swedish dereliction of duty not to seize on the forged certificate in Assange-case?

Flashback by:  Out of the Blue
Ursprungligen postat av alemanha
Good interview with Assange from within the embassy:

September 29, 2012

Swedish Amnesty purpose corrupted by feminism

Flashback by GummoGunnmo 

Ursprungligen postat av espressino
No, at first glance, it looks as if someone panicked and crafted together a politically correct answer! It was, after all, an outspoken feminist who got in, so the answer was in the cards.

Section 81: Extraneous considerations

Section 81:
Extraneous considerations
The effect of this section is to bar a person's extradition to a category 2 territory if it appears that the request has been issued for the purpose of prosecuting or punishing that person for reasons of his race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation or political opinions.

His extradition would also be barred if it appears that he would be prejudiced at trial, or his liberty restricted, for any of the same reasons.


Certificate in respect of asylum claimant

Certificate in respect of asylum claimant
(1)Section 39(3) does not apply in relation to a person if the Secretary of State has certified that the conditions in subsection (2) or the conditions in subsection (3) are satisfied in relation to him.

Asylum claim UK Extradiction Act 2003

39Asylum claim(1)This section applies if—

(a)a person in respect of whom a Part 1 warrant is issued makes an asylum claim at any time in the relevant period;
(b)an order is made under this Part for the person to be extradited in pursuance of the warrant.

Swedish Amnesty and Marianne Ny seem to use the same template

Flashback by: HansLucas

Ursprungligen postat av GummoGunnmo

Pentagon warned Assange not to "solicit" soldiers to break laws

Sep 28, 2012 3:43pm

Are Troops Talking to Assange ‘Communicating With the Enemy’? 

Swedish Amnesty differs with its parent organization on Assange

Flashback by: Espressino

Published: kl 19:53 , Radio Sweden

The Swedish branch of the human rights organization Amnesty International differs in opinion from its parent organization on the matter of Wikileaks frontman, Julian Assange, who has been ordered to come to Sweden for questioning over alleged sex crimes.

Swedish selective reporting

Flashback by: Espressino

Citat: Ursprungligen postat av Kaita 
If you look at the time span between the question is sent, the quick response and the publication of may question Bobby Velluccis anchoring of Swedish Amnesty setting. Amnesty is after all a voluntary and democratic association which should have secured such a principle decision to rule RECEIVING its parent organization.

September 28, 2012

Convention protocols European Convention on Human Rights

Convention protocols

As of January 2010, fifteen protocols to the Convention have been opened for signature. These can be divided into two main groups: those amending the framework of the convention system, and those expanding the rights that can be protected. The former require unanimous ratification by member states before coming into force, while the latter require a certain number of states to sign before coming into force.

Bars to extradition

Bars to extradition

By enacting laws or concluding treaties or agreements, countries determine the conditions under which they may entertain or deny extradition requests. Common bars to extradition include:

Extraordinary rendition

'Extraordinary rendition'

"Extraordinary rendition" is an extrajudicial procedure in which criminal suspects, generally suspected terrorists or

Extradition and abduction

Extradition and abduction

Issues of international law relating to extradition have proven controversial in cases where a state has abducted and removed an individual from the territory of another state without previously requesting permission, or following normal extradition procedures. Such abductions are usually in violation of the domestic law of the country in which they occur, as infringements of laws forbidding kidnapping. Many also regard abduction as violation of international law — in particular of a prohibition on arbitrary detention. A small number of countries have been reported to use kidnapping to circumvent the formal extradition process. Notable or controversial cases include the abduction or attempted abduction of


UK seeking loophole in extradition agreement with Ecuador

Published: 28 September, 2012, 03:54

Ecuador Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino talks to press
after a meeting with British Foreign Minister William Hague
in New York.(AFP Photo / Timothy A. Clary)

Ecuador asked UK to grant safe conduct to Julian Assange

Ecuador reiterates UK asked to grant safe conduct to Julian Assange: Chancellor Patiño 

Assange case is both a legal and a political disgrace for Sweden

Flashback by:  Nostradumbass
Ursprungligen postat av espressino
No, those days are past when the United States was an enticement, the goal was for my holiday in the sun and was the foundation of my political worldview, it was the fact! Like so many others in my generation, it was they who were of the right stuff. Today the ideals in shambles, the U.S. is worse than the terrorists they hunt, and fires with the fans who once supported, to keep warm. So when GOD your religious hypocrite *, read, go home, redo, and do it right!

As true as it was said. It is time that Sweden are beginning to realize this and not involuntarily running U.S. business. The innocent "last-night-with-gang-USA" is long dead but the romanticizing U.S. image remains with way too many people in Sweden. The U.S. is not a role model, whether it be domestic policy, foreign policy, or hypocrisy. It's time that the Swedish government are beginning to realize which way it barks. "Dein papieren" will next be pronounced "Your papers!" and if we continue with the U.S. and NATO passion, it becomes "your papers!" when the authorities must make sure that we are all thinking right.

Assange deal is both a legal and a political disgrace for Sweden, and a result of our politicians, U.S. and NATO craze. We have chosen the side and creeps obediently to 2000s bad guys, just as we crawled the 1940s bad guys. It's getting a nasty Swedish habit this.
Senast redigerad av Nostradumbass Idag kl. 07:07. 

Original Flashback: 

U.S. is worse than the terrorists they hunt

Flashback by:  Espressino

Ursprungligen postat av Theron
Does it mean that the U.S. now also keeps örnkoll (control) on FB threads on Assange with his illegal support troops in Sweden?

It fixes FRA, which then writes home to big brother and tell you how things are with both man and beast! No, those days are past when the United States was an enticement, the goal was for my holiday in the sun and was the foundation of my political worldview, it was the fact! Like so many others in my generation, it was they who were of the right stuff. Today the ideals in shambles, the U.S. is worse than the terrorists they hunt, and fires with the fans who once supported, to keep warm. So when GOD your religious hypocrite *, read, go home, redo, and do it right!

Hypocrites = hypocrite
a person or a state who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs. 

Original Flashback:

Possible surprises on extradition

 Flashback by: duqu


Having been in the U.S. for a while now, and advise against, just stare on what the military has in Virginia. There are several possible malsagare that may arise on short notice: Stratfor - BoA and possibly Julius Baer can on short notice bring different atal to such a degree that it may become extradition, Swartholms adventures on Kronobergshaktet pointing in this direction.

How long it will take for the "New Pinochet" to collect Assange from the embassy?

Flashback by: Fernet 

Now he officially is enemy of the state

"THE US military has designated Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as enemies of the United States - the same legal category as the al-Qaeda terrorist network and the Taliban insurgency."

[ ]

From being my idol, he is now my SUPER IDOL

How long does it take now before they bomb the embassy, ​​it takes him a little more discreet ala BinLaden or simply invade Ecuador. Maybe inserting a "new Pinochet", so it learns who the only one who decides is.

United States, where the hell is: zig-smile ice?

Original Flashback:

Extradicting Assange to US a loss of prestige for Sweden and the USA

Flashback Submitted by: Aleksanterinkatu
Ursprungligen postat av trenterx
Amnesty says from!

Svenska Dagbladet quotes Paul Wrange in his commentary:

"We are in principle obliged to extradite people U.S. requests extradition subject to a number of conditions are met, the law expert Paul Wrange earlier told SVT's Rapport."

Some legal aspects of extradition of Assange from Sweden to the United States

Flashback by: Aleksanterinkatu 

Here are some legal aspects of extradition of Assange from Sweden to the United States.

In Sweden, the government decides on extradition. The government, however, is to some extent bound by the court order. If HD finds that "prevent extradition is" under Extradition Act to get the government does not decide to disclose to the person concerned. Therefore, the government can not in advance provide guarantees for other countries to release a person. To provide such a guarantee would be intruding on judicial decision area.

How long will Sweden keep pretending that this is a non issue?

Flashback by: Espressino 

Assange at the UN: Stop chasing WikiLeaks

Swedish judiciary has international wanted Wikileaksgrundaren Assange to question him about a couple of women's complaints against him in 2010 for rape and sexual molestation. He is not charged with a crime.

The pressure is on Sweden to come up with a solution

Flashback by: espressino

Assange and the Ecuadorean government argue that if he goes to Sweden to face the sexual assault allegations against him, he could be extradited from there to the US to face politically-motivated prosecution. The Sydney Morning Herald has published what it described as declassified US air force counter-intelligence reports which designated Assange and WikiLeaks as "enemies of the United States", the same legal category as al-Qaida and the Taliban.

Swedish Prosecutor should be convicted of misconduct on Assange's case

Flashback by: longbow4y

Do not worry rixstep, Ubuntu does not sleep. What is great is sometimes done in silence.

Soon begins probably a criminal investigation against the MN is my tip. the first and second paragraph:

Amnesty: Sweden should promise not to send Assange to the US

Swedish authorities should issue a pledge not to hand over Assange to the United States if he agrees to travel to Sweden, urges Amnesty International.

Sweden is obliged to extradite people under US requests

Flashback by: trenterx

Amnesty says from!

Svenska Dagbladet quotes Paul Wrange in his commentary:

"We are in principle obliged to extradite people U.S. requests extradition subject to a number of conditions are met, the law expert Paul Wrange earlier told SVT's Rapport." []

Disclosure of Sweden require British approval, but according Tuscanas investigation earlier in the thread, it is sufficient enough that the relevant government minister says yes. Current British government will hardly say no.

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Who is the real 'enemy'?

US investigates possible WikiLeaks leaker for 
'communicating with the enemy' 

Glenn Greenwald
guardian co uk
Thursday 27 September 2012 12.27 BST 
 US military's new legal theory threatens to convert unauthorized leaks
into a capital offense. Who is the real 'enemy'?

Obama’s Free-Speech Disconnect

Readers Have a Stake in Obama’s Free-Speech Disconnect

FM Ricardo Patiño speech at the UN assembly


Dear friends, dear representatives and delegates to the General Assembly of the United Nations.

Since we started the Government of the Citizen Revolution, many things have changed for the country half the world, our Ecuador.

Ecuador asks UK if Julian Assange would be allowed to seek medical treatment

ECUADOR has asked Britain whether fugitive WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could be permitted to leave his London hideout for medical treatment.

The query comes as the two countries met to seek to end a deadlock over the activist's fate.

September 27, 2012

Anyone still in doubt US is after Assange?

US calls Assange 'enemy of state'

Flashback by: Espressino

Citat: Assange's US attorney, Michael Ratner, said the designation of WikiLeaks as an "enemy" had serious implications for the WikiLeaks publisher if he were to be extradited to the US, including possible military detention.

Julian Assange Address to the UN - Transcript

Published: Thursday 27 September 3am BST (on 2012-09-27)

Transcript of Julian Assange’s Address to the UN on Human Rights - given on Wednesday 26th September - Proofed from live speech

US Military Refers to Assange and WikiLeaks as the "enemy" with the "victims" being "society"

US Military Refers to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as the "enemy" with the "victims" being "society"

Wednesday 26th September, 10pm BST. Updated: Thursday 27th September, 2am BST

This document is an official internal document from the US Military that refers to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as the "enemy". The document is from an internal investigation in the US Air Force, released under the Freedom of Information Act. The document adds to the large store of proof of the persecution of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks by the United States government.

Background for UN Talk - Ongoing Investigation into WikiLeaks

Wednesday 26 September, 12pm BST

Ahead of Julian Assange’s address to the UN on Wednesday 26th September 2012 we are publishing some facts about the US investigation and Grand Jury into WikiLeaks and Julian Assange. This includes facts on the investigation and legal cases into Assange and WikiLeaks and the persecution of the organisation, its founder and associates by US officials and government departments.

US calls Julian Assange "enemy of state"

Philip Dorling September 27, 2012 - 7:00AM

THE US military has designated Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as enemies of the United States — the same legal category as the al-Qaeda terrorist network and the Taliban insurgency.

September 26, 2012

Swedish prosecuters misconduct is penalised

Flashback by: O.s.a.

"Chapter 20. If misconduct

§ 1 A person who intentionally or negligently by public authority, act or omission override those of the task must be convicted of misconduct in a fine or imprisonment not exceeding two years.

Sweden prosecutors can travel to Rwanda to interrogate but not to UK

What Swedish judicial system can do in some cases, see: [translated news here]

Swedish citizen charged with genocide "It is easier to gather information in Rwanda, and it is unique, I think that a Swedish court is willing to travel to another country to conduct a trial, says Magnus Elving the echo."

Regarding not it is possible to go to the UK to do an interrogation. Note that the court can move.

Original Flashback:

Original link for case:
Translated link of case:

Swedish court travels to Rwanda to interrogate witnesses

Swedish citizen charged with genocide 

Detained to please Sweden, no questions asked for justice

Flashback By Espressino  

Ursprungligen postat av O.s.a. 
Now, yes, but he was detained for Swedish account good long while before he asked for asylum, but the prosecutor followed the law. I suspect that you simply do not bother to think about how it would be interpreted.

September 25, 2012

Consent and intent with regard to the issue of sex or rape - a liberal meta-reflection

By Louise at 07/05/2007

In april wrote Katrine Kielos a kind of article in Arena on rape and liberal principles and rights (archived not longer available), the intent criterion for rape gives liberals headache. I'll just go into it there with liberal rights, but only generally of legal certainty and the current våldäktsfallet.

Sweden should put 25.000 men in prison for rape

'Joel Malmqvist (s), having just been a candidate for the post as leader of the Social Democratic Students of Sweden, resurrects the 2003 anarcha-feminist theory of “Pleading Sex”. Under the headline “Is ‘Pleading Sex’ Rape?” he writes that women are subject to vast numbers of rape, and that an enormous number of guys are guilty of rape – by obtaining sex through insistently pleading their partners for it. Malmqvist is actively working for the Church of Sweden and is an activist within Broderskaparna, The Swedish Association of Christian Social Democrats. His girlfriend Katrine Kielos (s) recently claimed in Arena that a substantial proportion of “normal” sex acts in Sweden is actually rape.'.

Who says AA/SW didn't doctor the condoms themselves so they could have WikiLeaks babies?

Flashback by: Theron


Ursprungligen postat av Storm.Hatt
Apparently you sit in the lab and tearing condoms.
But what can this have for evidentiary value? You do not know who tore the condom or when it was torn apart. Perhaps torn apart during use. Or after use, by whom? If there was a minor injury in the front before intercourse so maybe the patient did not observe this. How can we prove intent? Learned CB at Quick-trials that you can get convictions with absurd proof?

September 24, 2012

Swedish prosecutors are right Assange followers aren't

By wtfuk

Ursprungligen postat av espressino
Here are Goran Rudlings submission to the law in the UK, Here punktar his reason and the actions he has taken, among others, he has been in contact with MN office to talk about the missing tweet from Anna. Clearly, MN very well knows Anna's arts but choose to pursue. These came to her attention September 16, 2010. George writes clearly and concisely about the incident and provide at the time of the testimony, no other indication than that he seeks the truth. What then caused him to capsize and blight the lives of Craig Murray as he page after page of Murray blog called a liar is more difficult to understand [ ] 

Recurring theory is AA was after revenge but wanted SW as scapegoat

By Espressino

Ursprungligen postat av wtfuk
We have a taxi driver who is a self-proclaimed super-expert in both Swedish and English law, exceptional.

Swedish govt cannot promise to render but *can* promise to *not* render

Flashback analysis via Rixstep News
(Google translated)

Here are some legal aspects of extradition of Assange from Sweden to the United States.

Politics and sensation are the engines to create a miscarriage of justice

Jan Guillou 2012-09-23

Which is the worst miscarriage of justice in modern Swedish legal history is not as easy to determine as some people think. Sure, Thomas Quick an unmatched record in the form of eight false murder convictions. But he played the course largely with the protagonist of the long comedy, or it was tragedy. Or actually both.

September 23, 2012

Quote: Our life on the planet

By F/B: Tuli Kupferberg

There are no nations.
There are no peoples.
There are no Russians.
There are no Arabs.
There are no third worlds.
There is no West.

Swedish TV blocked in Ethiopia for telling untruth

Flashback Originally Posted by: Aleksanterinkatu 

Swedish television site has been blocked in Ethiopia. According to sources, SVT has been in contact with the can since early on Saturday morning not to enter the site from the country.

The reason should be SVT's reporting on the false evidence was fabricated in connection with the arrest of Swedish journalists Johan Persson and Martin Schibbye. Persson and Schibbye was recently released from Ethiopian jail. - Ethiopia is extremely uncomfortable with the information we (Sweds) have published in our (Ethiopia) element. They know we will publish more, says reporter John Ripa to

September 22, 2012

FLASHBACK via Rixstep News 22 Sep'12

 FLASHBACK: 'Madame Ny' behaving extremely unprofessionally (translation)

 Quoted by:

Ursprungligen postat av Knifvur

And there is nothing strange with the "prosecution question," deciding not to prosecute before the investigation is complete.

Why do you not done it? This is where the strange lies.

Quote: Swedish courts mislead

It is worrying if representatives of the Swedish legal system to agree on a position that it is perfectly in order to mislead the courts.
__Thomas Olsson, lawyer, agent for Sture Bergwall (Thomas Quick).

September 21, 2012

Sweden Judicial: Lambertz must go back to the main question

More recently gone high waves in Quick-transaction. Fracas after another and it starts to talk about Lambertzgate and Quickileaks. Undeniably, history has evolved into something much bigger than just raising processes, but it is easy to forget what it's all really about. It writes Tomas Olsson, lawyer, agent for Sture Bergwall.

Anna Ardin's many truth

FLASHBACK BY: FB/espressino

This has been published before, but maybe it's time to refresh your memory what really said Anna Ardin day it went.

Maryanne Ny afraid of prosecution for misleading UK courts

Submitted by FB/: longbow4y
Swedish version of FOIA reveal prosecutor in the case against Assange.

Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny seems to deliberately used false claims in European Arrest Warrant (EAW) against Assange. Documents revealed by Swedish "FOIA" laws shows that prosecuter Marianne Ny herself was in doubt that Assange ever will be prosecuted even if he arrive to Sweden. Despite that knowledge she issued an EAW on misleading claims. Marianne Ny wrote Nov 25th 2010 in a statement for Swedish court:  

FLASHBACKERS... 21 Sep'12 part 1

Black on white that Marianne Ny was lying to the UK justice system #Assange


UK extraditon act says extradition from the UK shall be according to at least one of the conditions a or b are met:

September 19, 2012

FLASHBACKERS via RixstepNews... 19Sep12

Quote From Espressino:  

On Monday, Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino renewed his call for talks between London and Quito to resolve the standoff. But British Foreign Secretary William Hague says those talks remain deadlocked but that they were continuing.

.. The talks between Ecuador and England is not so good. Locked mode, but talks continue. Time for Sweden to unlock, go over and interrogate and arrest rescind the crime has not been committed!

Using Google Translator

more to come today...

September 17, 2012

In Sweet Sweden

Marriage is slavery. 
Gazing is rape. 
Penetration is attempted murder. 
Tanks should be banned. 
Fantasies should be medicated. 
Everything should be checked. 

All may be required. 

Men are animals or worse than animals. 
Men should be locked up and monitored. 
Men are pedophiles. 
Men should be banned for a PC. 
All the accused men are guilty. 

Suspicious men should hang out with purple envelopes to the family. 
200 convicted a year for rape is too little, it'll be 25,000 per year. 
All men beat up.

September 16, 2012

World gone un-controlled

Last Saturday (15Sep'12) while in town, I checked on the Freedom not Fear rally held at the Hyde Park in Sydney. The variety of topics was interesting; censorship, surveillance, governmental transparency, encryption, WikiLeaks and lovely music to enjoy. I am a WL’s supporter that is why I went.

While waiting for the speeches to start I was feeling uncomfortable,

September 11, 2012

suspended and unsuspended

Well guys...  this is how you get suspended...

shall I be embarrassed?  naaaaaah

On this night Twitter round I was clicking here and there, I commented on a friend's post, actually I rephrased her comment clearer and minutes later I found myself... SUS-PEND ed... how could that be possible? 

Twitter cut my wings... so sad ... LOL - see for yourselves...

September 3, 2012

Misconstrued Legal Arguments & Omitted Truths in the Media’s Coverage of Julian Assange

By: Kevin Gosztola 
Monday September 3, 2012 1:21 am

For over two months now, commentators or pundits in the United Kingdom (and the US) have been virulently denouncing Assange’s decision to seek asylum, something legally available to any individual who thinks they are being persecuted.

WikiLeaks Monument - Berlin

WikiLeaks Monument - Berlin
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